New Link!

http://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices

Here is link on the laws behind cookie enforcement http://www.minacookies.se/rekommendation-se/

Opt-out of Second Browser Problems: Attempted to do manual cookie opt-out from company websites and what do you know I received maybe three correct cookies…
Although Check my list and you will find some extra’s at the bottom and some instructions on the recent problems with Opt-outs.

Avast – Or Websheild/Firewall might cause problems
Recent Update with Avast Antivirus blocking cookies, Advice if having trouble with several companies is check your antivirus
program and disable it until finished. I would recommend installing Free Version of Avast once completed, there is an ad blocking function
on the web browser extension that once coupled with the opt-out cookies really makes the difference.

Just Remember to Install all Extensions at the end and do not apply changes at Adroll until you completed you company cookie check list or looked yourself.

I highly recommend going here:

http://www.globalnetworkinitiative.org/
Analytics Opt-out at the bottom of page.

Opt-out of the Google Network
https://www.google.com/settings/ads?hl=en&sig=ACi0TChfzAKVWYgX6DFKFbBDnJjqF-CBy4iwQjotSkBppxMqgU_uiqaNc4-Qa48GYwkEvpmsCaNNw5f-q1jCbMFeU6Q78I76DA

Update for Appnexus – cookie you are looking for “uuid2” all other appnexus cookies can be removed.

Don’t forget to get the openX cookie at http://openx.com/legal- click on Opt-out Cookie
The cookie you are looking for “i” from openx.net all other cookies can be removed. I did.

NAI- Networkadvertising
Lotame.com
http://www.networkadvertising.org/choices didn’t get this one went to site and opt-out button didn’t work went back to NAI and worked
http://www.lotame.com/opt-out-preference-manager

Rocketfuel.com
Link to Opt-out
http://rocketfuel.com/privacy-policy#
No cookie received but returned to NAI and a complete list.

DAA – ADChoices
1. Accuenmedia.com(p-td.com)
Link to Opt-out
http://d.p-td.com/r/optout?type=setOptOut

The less websites you visit to get your cookies the tracking cookies your browser will accumulate.
http://www.accuenmedia.com/opt-out/
Accuen Opt Out
The cookie you are looking for (Site- p-td.com) – “optOut” all other accuernmedia.com cookies can be removed.

2. Acxiom.com
Link to opt-out
http://acxiom.com/about-acxiom/privacy/online-advertising-products-optout/
The cookie you are looking for “OptOut” all other acxiom.com cookies can be removed.

3. Adap.tv.com
Link to Opt-out
http://www.adap.tv
scroll to bottom of page and click on the link – opt-out – right of privacy policy
then click on the opt-out bottom to receive your cookie.
The cookie you are looking for is “optout”, all adap.tv cookies can be removed.

4.Addthis.com
Link to Opt-out
http://www.addthis.com/privacy/opt-out
you will see this link in your address bar if you recieved your cookie – http://www.addthis.com/privacy/opt-out-saved
The cookie you are looking for “uid”, all other addthis cookies can be removed.

5.Adobe.com – Caution! Only click on the yellow button that is next to YOUR CURRENT STATUS IS: OPTED IN
http://www.adobe.com/privacy/advertising-services.html
What choices do I have about a company’s use of Adobe’s advertising services? – click on INSTRUCTIONS HERE
http://www.adobe.com/privacy/opt-out.html#4 – if you opted-out correctly you will see a blank page with the link below.
http://adobe.tt.omtrdc.net/optout
Altnatively if you would like, you can directly access this page by going to the link below.
http://www.adobe.com/privacy/opt-out.html
Caution! Only click on the yellow button that is next to YOUR CURRENT STATUS IS: OPTED IN
The cookies you are looking for are “adobe_optout” and “omniture_optout” the rest are not necessary and can be removed.

6. Adroll.com
Don’t even bother visiting this site just continue with each company and at the end go back and apply changes at
http://info.evidon.com/pub_info/573?v=1&nt=1&nw=true – just make sure you have all the cookies from the problematic sites.

7. AggregateKnowledge.com
Link to Opt-out
http://optout.aggregateknowledge.com/optout2
you will see this link in your address bar – http://www.aggregateknowledge.com/ak-opt-out-success/
The cookie you are looking for “uuid”

Or take the long way below:
http://www.aggregateknowledge.com/privacy/ak-privacy-overview/ – Opt-out at bottom of Page.
Click the Opt-out button for immediate opt-out
The cookie you are looking for “uuid” all other aggregateknowledge.com cookies can be removed.

8. AOL.com and it affiliates
Link to Opt-out
http://servedby.advertising.com/optout
you don’t get both the first time so click the opt-out button twice.
The cookies you are looking for are “s_pers” and “” all other aol.com and advertising.aol.com can be removed.
you can take the long way at http://advertising.aol.com/privacy/opt-out and check this option below.

If you would like to completely Opt-out of any data collection visit the site below and follow the instructions, and email:
http://advertising.aol.com/privacy/opt-out – Make sure you include these three points in the email:
(1) Do not share information about me with business partners
(2) Do not solicit me with special offers other than those related to the service I signed up for
(3) Remove my data from your database for such service completely.

adtech.de
Name: JEB2
Path: /
Content: NOID

adtech.de
Name: OptOut
Path: /
Content: we will not set any more cookies

advertising.com
Name: ACID
Path: /
Content: optout

adsonar.com
Name: oo_flag
Path: /
Content: t

Atwola.com
Name: atdses
Path: /
Content: O

adtechus.com
Name: JEB2
Path: /
Content: NOID

adtechus.com
Name: OptOut
Path: /
Content: we will not set any more cookies

Pictela.net
Name: CliID
Path: /
Content: optOut

9. Adtech.com
Link to Opt-out
http://adserver.adtech.de/setoptoutcookie/?page=http://glb.adtechus.com/setoptoutcookie/
?page=http://adserverwc.adtechus.com/setoptoutcookie/?page=http://adserverec.adtechus.com/setoptoutcookie/?page=http:
//ad.us-ec.adtechus.com/setoptoutcookie/?page=http://www.adtech.info/cookieoptout-success/
I know it long but the cookies you are looking for are “adtechus.de” – OptOut, “JEB2”- NOID and “adtechus.com” – OptOut, “JEB2” – NOID
All other Adtech.com cookies can be removed
you can take the long way and go to http://www.adtech.com/en/service/cookies.html Click on “Ad Cookie Opt-out”

10. Atlassolutions.com – Microsoft.com
check and see if you have (microsoft.com) “TOptOut” if not try the link below, working on getting it put in its correct place
This should be the link to opt-out
http://atlassolutions.com/cookie-policy
Might work.

11. Audiencescience.com
Link to Opt-out
http://www.audiencescience.com/privacy/
Cookie you are looking for “aj_optout” – ads.audience2media.com
Cookie from NAI and DAA “optOut” – audienceiq.com

12. Batanganetwork.com – Does not work
Link to Opt-out
http://www.batanganetwork.com/opt-out/#

13. Bizographics.com – BizographicsOptOut
Link to Opt-out
http://www.bizo.com/business_audience/opt_out.html

14. Bluekai.com
Link to Opt-out
http://www.bluekai.com/consumers.php#optout
The Cookie you are looking for is “BKIgnore” and remove all other cookies under bluekai.com

These are additional third party companies affiliated with AOL not listed on the at NAI or DAA and if you want you can opt-out
This is the Reference site if you want http://privacy.aol.com/advertising-and-privacy/

http://www.tapad.com/consumer-privacy/
The cookie you are looking for “TapAd_OptOut”

http://www.taboola.com/privacy-policy
The cookie you are looking for “DNT”

http://www.scorecardresearch.com/optout.aspx
The cookies you are looking for “NO_COOKIE” and “SUR_OPTOUT”

Flurry.com
Link to Opt-out
https://dev.flurry.com/secure/optOut.do
The cookie to look for “fl_track” and remove all other cookies from sites with flurry in it.

I highly recommend going here:

http://www.globalnetworkinitiative.org/
Analytics Opt-out at the bottom of page.

Opt-out of the Google Network
https://www.google.com/settings/ads?hl=en&sig=ACi0TChfzAKVWYgX6DFKFbBDnJjqF-CBy4iwQjotSkBppxMqgU_uiqaNc4-Qa48GYwkEvpmsCaNNw5f-q1jCbMFeU6Q78I76DA
google Keep my opts-outs

Remember to Install Extensions Protect my Choices and IPa-Google (Another one that helps Google Keep my opts-outs) At the End.

If you want to really get down GO HERE- http://www.evidon.com/consumers-privacy/opt-out

***************DON”T LET THE GHOST FOLLOW YOU. I DON”T*************

Advertisements
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Ad Banners- opt out through the LOGO

Use of the AdChoices Logo – AdChoices is a program established by various industry associations
(DMA, AAAA, IAB, including the IAB Europe, NAI, and others) that gives consumers enhanced notice and choices
regarding collection and use of information for online behavioral advertising, and provides the opportunity for
end users to opt out of targeted advertising. Atlas participates in the AdChoices program as part of the
cross-industry Self-Regulatory Program for Online Behavioral Advertising in order to promote consumer privacy.
It is the obligation of advertisers to comply with industry-wide self-regulatory OBA obligations when using Atlas
technology, including Atlas Audience Messaging. Advertisers using Atlas technology must provide notice to users
regarding the collection or use of their data in order to deliver behaviorally targeted ads. For our advertisers’
convenience, Atlas makes the AdChoices logo feature available in the Media Console. Alternatively,
advertising customers are free to use a third party vendor of their choice to fulfill their OBA enhanced
notice obligations.

For Companies Engaged in Online Behavioral Advertising:

Display the Advertising Option Icon so that consumers can easily find out about online behavioral advertising,
learn about the data practices associated with advertisements they receive, and opt-out if they choose.

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Ad Roll back door and tap that as…….

AdRoll.com’s Terms of Service –

Personal Data- (That AdRoll collects)

The Client(Company or individual that wants to advertise) acknowledges and accepts to insert the AdRoll code
and tags on its webpages.

Any data received by AdRoll via the tags inserted on Client webpages will be used for performing the service
and for no other purpose. AdRoll will collect and use these data in accordance with all applicable laws and
regulations, including but not limited to laws governing privacy and data protection. The Client shall undertake
to include on its website(s), a privacy policy that discloses that third parties may place anonymous cookies on
the browsers of visitors to its website(s) and may send their own cookies to the visitors’ cookie file.
These cookies will allow the AdRoll Technology to serve Banners.

*Each Banner will include a link that will include information for users on how to opt-out of being cookie retargeted.*

https://www.adroll.com/about/terms – you can see for yourself if you want another tracking cookie….

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Second Attempt, different browser with same IP Address

when visiting for the second time with the same Ip address but different browser you might see the message:

You appear to be blocking third party cookies when the settings are set to accept third party cookies.

Just click at the bottom to continue anyways.

You will probably see that alot of companies will not set your Ip address for a second browser, who knows why….. HAHAHAHAHAHAHa

Where can I find out more detail about the participating companies?
Each of the companies participating in the Cross-Industry Program furnishes information about its business and privacy practices.
This information can include additional privacy preference management tools for other services provided by the company, or ad interest managers.
To review the information provided by a particular participating company, click on the company name in the Consumer Opt Out Page.

http://www.aboutads.info/how-interest-based-ads-work#about-opt-out

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Appnexus false link for opt-out cookie

These two links do not give you an appnexus.com opt-out cookie. Please refer to link below to receive your opt-out cookie for appnexus.com

http://www.appnexus.com/platform-policy#choices

http://www.appnexus.com/platform-policy#choices

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http://ib.adnxs.com/nai_optout?cb=1392057388439

You will see http://www.networkadvertising.org/optout/opt_success.gif 

If you successfully received your opt-out cookie.

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